Peoria Personal Injury Lawyers
As experienced Peoria personal injury attorneys, the legal team at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC understands the devastation you feel to be injured by the intention or negligent action of another person or company. Our accident attorneys represent men, women, and children with injuries related to accidents and serious personal injuries involving:
- Bicycle Accident
- Car Accident
- Cerebral Palsy & Birth Injuries
- Construction Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Insurance Company Bad Faith Settlements
- Medical Malpractice
- Motorcycle Accident
- Motor Vehicle Accident
- Nursing Home Neglect
- Pedestrian Injury
- Personal Property Damage
- Sexual Abuse
- Slip and Fall
- Truck Accident
- Workers' Compensation
- Wrongful Death
Are you in need of an aggressive law firm to represent yourself or a family member in a central Illinois accident? If so, contact us now for a free consultation regarding your situation.
The Peoria personal injury attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC represent residents and visitors of central Illinois who were injured at work or in an accident. Did you suffer harm, or was your loved one killed in an accident caused by the negligent actions of others? If so, you have legal rights to obtain compensation for your damages and losses.
Our attorneys invite you to make an appointment to discuss your legal options and rights to hold those responsible for your injuries financially accountable. We accept all personal injury cases through contingency fee agreements where payments for legal services are postponed until after we have resolved your case through a negotiated settlement or jury trial award.
We offer every client a "No Win/No-Fee" Guarantee, meaning if we are unable to obtain compensation on your behalf, you owe us nothing.
An All-American City in the Heart of Illinois: Peoria
Being named the "average American city" has made Peoria famous. The three-time awarded "All-American City" has a historical depiction of what an average city in America should look like nationwide.
In Vaudeville times, the saying was coined, "Will it play in Peoria?" This saying meant that if an act could succeed there, due to its "average" audience, it could succeed anywhere. The city has taken pride in being a mainstream Midwest city and continues to be one of the larger towns in Illinois.
Oldest City In Illinois
The city outdates the surrounding towns as a settlement by several decades. French settlers first came to the area that would eventually become Peoria in 1680, about 50 years earlier than some of the other neighboring cities. The settlers built a fort, which would later burn to the ground. However, the fort was rebuilt in 1813 as Fort Clark, which would later be renamed Peoria, from a Native American word that translates as "fat lake."
The area is home to a varied background of economic development, from alcohol distilleries to heavy machinery.
- Alcohol. At one point in its history, the city had the most distilleries of any town in the world, with twenty-two distillery businesses and many breweries in the mid-1800s. Historically, there was more tax revenue generated from alcohol in the area back then than anywhere else in the country. When prohibition hit, it was also one of the largest bootlegging communities as well.
- Machinery. In the early 1900s, the city was home to one of the larger heavy machinery companies in the country. Caterpillar Tractor Co., which still has its headquarters in the city, was founded in 1925. They began manufacturing the well-known dozers in 1935.
- Farming. The area is fortunate to have very fertile ground and a centralized location that is ideal for the growing and shipment of farm crops and livestock.
Another smaller industry, bicycles, were exported all over the world from the city in the late 1800s. It is touted that one of the bicycle manufacturers, Charles Duryea, was the first commercial gasoline-powered automobile in the area in 1893.
Medical Facilities in and Around Central Illinois
The city has an extensive medical community, where healthcare makes up a quarter of its economy. There are three major hospitals, including the Children's Hospital of Illinois, St. Jude's Research Hospital, and the University of Illinois College of Medicine. The three major hospitals are located at:
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
530 Northeast Glen Oak Avenue
Methodist Medical Center
221 Northeast Glen Oak Avenue
5409 North Knoxville Avenue
Historical City Hall Building
City Hall is a beautiful German Renaissance-style building that was built in 1897 and dedicated to the town in 1899. Open to the public Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and it is located at 419 Fulton Street. Call (309) 494-8523, or visit the city's website.
Central Illinois Courts Handling Personal Injury & Medical Negligence Matters
When an accident occurs on the roads, a factory, or at a medical facility, the injured person is entitled to compensation from the responsible party. If an incident occurs in the city, the matter might likely be filed at:
Peoria County Courthouse
324 Main Street
Peoria, IL 61602
A Full-Service Personal Injury Law Firm Serving Central Illinois
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC is proud to serve the community and residents of downstate Illinois when they need legal advice or representation for a personal negligence injury case of medication error lawsuit. While you might not want to hire a local attorney for a routine speeding ticket or administrative hearing, when it comes to a situation involving serious injury or death, you and your family deserve to be represented by a law firm that has experience with a complicated legal situation.
Contact us. With our years of experience, we have earned a reputation as a 'lawyer's lawyer.' Many attorneys in Illinois and across the country refer their complex medical negligence, construction accidents, and severe personal injury cases to our office. These law firms have confidence in the legal help we provide and how we treat clients. We understand the critical aspects of your case, how to work with insurance company claims adjusters, and resolve legal matters through jury trials.
Our offices are in Chicago, but our lawyers can make the drive to central Illinois to meet with you and provide you with a consultation regarding your personal injury claim. Our experienced Peoria personal injury attorneys work with plaintiffs on a contingency fee arrangement. This agreement stipulates that unless we can secure a settlement or win your case through legal representation, there is no fee you have to pay. We are available 24-hours a day and are here when you need us.
Click here for more legal information on how we can serve your best interests. Let's talk about your legal rights, the amount of money you can receive when resolving a personal injury case, paying your medical bills, and receiving ongoing medical treatment at no cost. Our legal team has an unmatched combination of customer service and protecting innocent people harmed by the negligent or reckless actions of others.
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